Sign talk ; a universal signal code, without apparatus, for use in the army, the navy, camping, hunting, and daily life. The gesture language of the Cheyenne Indians, with additional signs used by other tribes, also a few necessary signs from the code of the deaf in Europe and America, and others that are established among our policemen, firemen, railroad men, and school children. Prepared with assistance from General Hugh L. Scott. The French and German equivalent words added by Lillian Delger Powers. --
Errata slip inserted, p. xxxvii. Bibliography: p. vi-xi
Publisher Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Page
Call number ALH-6729
Digitizing sponsor Ontario Council of University Libraries and Member Libraries
Book contributor Mississauga - University of Toronto
Collection utmississauga; toronto
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A collection of gesture-signs and signals of the North American Indians, with some comparisons;, 1880. Pub. by the Smithsonian Institute.
http://archive.org/details/collectionofgest01smit Vol. I.
http://archive.org/details/collectionofgest02smit Vol. II.